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Information location tool and fair dealing copyright defenses rejected: Trader v CarGurus
  • McCarthy Tétrault LLP
  • Canada
  • April 19 2017

If you’ve ever shopped for a used car, you likely know the two popular services, autotrader.ca and CarGurus. In a decision released earlier this week

“Common Sense” May Not Be Enough to Support an Obviousness Rejection
  • Baker Botts LLP
  • USA
  • September 29 2016

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently addressed the issue of when and how “common sense” may be used to determine the

Federal Circuit Emphasizes that an Obviousness Analysis Based on Common Sense Must be Supported by Substantial Evidence and Explained with Sufficient Reasoning
  • Mintz
  • USA
  • August 23 2016

A recent decision by the Federal Circuit suggests that relying on "common sense" in analyzing whether a patent is obvious in view of prior art cannot

Bloomberg Chat Is No Idle Chatter
  • Conduent
  • USA
  • August 17 2016

Gone are the days when brokers or buy-side professionals picked up the phone to make bids and close deals. Instead, they “chat” through their

Changes afoot in China cyber and data laws
  • DLA Piper
  • China
  • July 18 2016

Significant developments have been announced by the Chinese Government in recent weeks in relation to cyber security, data handling and online

District Court: No Warrant Needed to Deploy Malware on Computers
  • Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP
  • USA
  • July 18 2016

In a controversial decision, the Eastern District of Virginia ruled last month that the government does not need a warrant to deploy malware that

Spoliation or Privacy “Right to be Forgotten”? - Google’s new service “My Activity” allows you to delete your history!
  • Foley & Lardner LLP
  • USA
  • July 11 2016

People should be thoughtful of using My Activity because destroying your Google history in litigation may lead to a claim of spoliation (destruction

Europe’s Right to Be Forgotten Spreads to Asia
  • Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • European Union
  • July 6 2016

In May 2014, in a decision attracting worldwide attention, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) held that a European individual’s privacy rights

The pros and cons of social media recruiting
  • Vedder Price PC
  • USA
  • November 3 2011

The use of social media websites continues to increase.

ACCC v Trading Post Australia Pty Ltd and Google Inc 2011 FCA 1086 (22 September 2011)
  • Gilbert + Tobin
  • Australia
  • November 1 2011

The Federal Court has dismissed allegations by the ACCC that Google engaged in practices likely to mislead consumers.